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Discussion in 'Photography Chat' started by gusty, Mar 26, 2008.

  1. gusty


    Mar 26, 2008
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    Hello. I'm new to DSRLs so excuse me if my question is a bit naive.
    My (CANON) camera has an image aspect of 3:2. So, as I understand it, I should be able to get prints of size 6"x4" or 7.5"x5" or 9"x6" etc WITHOUT any loss of image (cropping). I've yet to achieve this! Here in the UK I'm currently trying BONUSPRINT - I specified 6"x4" with "Conventional - Best Fit" option which they advised, but prints have still lost a bit (including my added text) around edges.
    What am I missing here?
    Why do Jessops advertise 7"x5" as "Best for Digital" when obviously in the case of SLRs this would result in cropping?
    Help/advice please!
    gusty, Mar 26, 2008
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